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It’s that time of the year… no, I am not talking about the holidays!

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It’s that time of the year… no, I am not talking about the holidays!

It’s time to hit the road to start the 2019 education conference season – a season that never seems to end!  This year we start out with the UK’s BETT and the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) from January 27-30 in sunny Orlando, Florida.  Looking at the sessions and vendors for both gatherings, it is very apparent that student data privacy is once again a “hot topic” for those who will be attending the festivities.

 

If you are off to Florida we want to make the conference season a great kickoff to your calendar year – and it costs you nothing!  The Access 4 Learning Community, via it’s Special Interest Group the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) are thrilled to Join with the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) provide a free ‘Student Privacy Boot Camp’ for districts and marketplace providers.  This interactive event will outline the various privacy considerations for your role, privacy resources, and strategies that you could easily employ to protect students and link you to an international network of practitioners that are doing the same each day – just like you!

January 28, 2019
Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC),
Orlando, FL

 

If you want support in all aspects of student privacy in your role in the classroom, overseeing data management, reporting and communications or need some immediate ‘tactical’ data privacy suggestions and/or tools that you can use immediately when you get back to your school this event is for you – and FREE!

 

Places are limited, so REGISTER TODAY.  To download the event flyer, please click here.

 

To see the latest on privacy policy, legislation, in the news and almost everything else to inform your work as a data steward check out the FPF resources.  If you want tools, strategies and a more than 1,500 school peer group support for your work check out the SDPC resources.

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